|learning and forgetting - charlie roy|
summary of the book learning and forgetting
Keywords: learning; forgetting; frank smith; charlie roy; progressive education; education history
|Educating Students' Voices - Emily Kissell|
Senior Project Collection
Keywords: Progressive education College of the Atlantic Students Attitudes
|Bread&Roses: Interview with progressive educator Jean Anyon - Joel Saxe, Jean Anyon|
Bread & Roses co-host Joel Saxe interviews Jean Anyon, author of Radical Possibilities discusses the shortcomings of the Obama administration's Race to the Top educational initiative. Aired 6.11.10
Keywords: progressive education; Race to the Top; urban schools; race/class inequality
|8th Orphan Film Symposium—April 14, 2012 Part 1b|
8th Orphan Film Symposium: Made To Persuade Saturday, April 14, 2012, Part 1b See Craig Kridel's 2012 essay "Towards an Understanding of Progressive Education and 'School': Lee Dick’s 1939 Documentary Film on the Hessian Hills School," on the Rockefeller Archive Center Publications website. http://www.rockarch.org/publications/resrep/kridel1.pdf
Keywords: progressive education; Lee Dick; Hessian Hills School; orphan film; Orphan Film Symposium
|ERIC ED350203: William Heard Kilpatrick (1871-1965): Philosopher of Progressive Education and Teacher of Teachers. - ERIC|
This paper is a brief biographical sketch of William Heard Kilpatrick who was a leading advocate of progressive education. A 22-item bibliographical essay is included. (DB)
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Biographies; Educational History; Educational Theories; Progressive Education; Teacher Education
|Episode 7: Systematic Miseducation (and finding a new way forward) - PonderTalkRadio|
After two attempts and a hosting shake-up, Aaron is joined by Lee to discuss what education means, whats wrong with it, and what we can do to change it. Apologies, the sound quality on this episode is a little sub par for most of the first hour and a half, and there was an issue with the camera switcher for those watching the video. Watch the video podcast on youtube! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agJM3-4-UcM&feature=player_embedded reference links: RSAnimate - Ken Robinson Changing Education ...
Keywords: education; aaron moritz; leehamster; podcasts; montessori education; progressive education; learning; unschooling; trivium; critical thinking
|Sherry Beatrice Hinkle And The Early History Of Jungian Psychology In New York - Jay Sherry|
Abstract: As the leading proponent of psychoanalysis, Jung made trips to New York in 1912 and 1913. The first was to give his Fordham lectures, the second has escaped notice but was crucial in the early dissemination of Jungian psychology in the U.S. This paper will elaborate on this development by highlighting the career and influence of Beatrice Hinkle, the country’s first Jungian psychoanalyst...
Keywords: Beatrice Hinkle; Heterodoxy Club; Liberal Club; feminism; Provincetown Players; progressive education; The Analytical Psychology Club of New York
|ERIC ED342718: Arthurdale (WV), Its Community School, and Director Elsie Ripley Clapp (1879-1965): First New Deal Subsistence Homestead Program (1933-48). - ERIC|
Arthurdale, in northern West Virginia, was the first New Deal subsistence homestead project. Begun in 1933, the Arthurdale settlement was created to house displaced and jobless coal mining families. Eleanor Roosevelt was very active in the Arthurdale project. At the time of the project's founding, it was attacked by some for its costliness and the extent of the federal government's involvement. However, the settlement also has been praised as a noble New Deal experiment to uplift dispossessed We...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Federal Government; Federal Programs; Poverty; Poverty Areas; Poverty Programs; Progressive Education; State History; United States History
|ERIC ED376429: Echoes from the Past: Actions for the Future. - ERIC|
Progressive education, open education, and whole language can be seen as part of a larger "progressive tradition" in American education. All three of these educational movements are "child centered," challenge the rigidity of traditional school organizations, view the nature of knowledge and the purpose of schools differently from the view upon which most schools are based, carry a liberal political ideology, and are not monolithic...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Educational Change; Educational History; Educational Trends; Elementary Education; Open Education; Progressive Education; Student Centered Curriculum; Whole Language Approach
|ERIC ED353067: Pestalozzi: Foster Father of Early Childhood Education. - ERIC|
In tracing the spread of the educational philosophy of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, it is useful to understand educators' emphasis on an internal or external locus of control. Pestalozzi was an individual with an internal locus of control, and this trait was reflected in his educational philosophy of self-learning and free investigation. However, educators who used Pestalozzi's system of education were individuals with both types of locus of control...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Early Childhood Education; Educational History; Educational Philosophy; Educational Theories; Kindergarten; Locus of Control; Progressive Education; Teacher Student Relationship
|ERIC ED388425: Lessons from Reggio Emilia: An American Perspective. - ERIC|
Early childhood education specialists in the United States can learn from the Reggio Emilia experience. This document details five aspects of Reggio Emilia practices in the following sections: (1) "The Contribution of Graphic Languages to Young Children's Project Work," discussing how children are encouraged to use graphic languages and other media, including various visual media, to represent memories, predictions, hypotheses, and ideas; (2) "Children's Awareness of What is Valued by Adults," c...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Communication Skills; Documentation; Early Childhood Education; Educational Practices; Educational Theories; Language Skills; Languages; Observation; Observational Learning; Progressive Education; Reggio Emilia Approach; Teacher Student Relationship
|ERIC ED368278: SUNY's Centralization: Normal Schools as Precedents. - ERIC|
This report presents the historical background of New York State's normal school system, the system that predated the centralized organization of the State University of New York (SUNY) system. New York's first state normal school was established in Albany in 1844. Nineteen years later the state began to provide support for the normal school at Oswego. In the next 8 years, six more state normal schools were established; four more would be established later...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrators; Centralization; College Administration; Educational Finance; Educational History; Governance; Higher Education; Politics of Education; Progressive Education; Public Education; School Effectiveness; State Aid; State Colleges; Teacher Education
|ERIC ED310968: Journal of the Midwest History of Education Society. Volume 17, 1989. - ERIC|
The 18 papers of this conference were divided into five topics ranging from literacy to the history of progressive reform to history of education from an international perspective. Part 1 includes: "Isabella Graham and Joanna Bethune's Early American Experiments in Educating Illiterates" (L. Townsend); "The Dilemma of Equivalency: American Colleges and the Evaluation of Armed Services Training in the 1940s" (A...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adult Education; Armed Forces; Compulsory Education; Educational Change; Educational Facilities Design; Educational History; Foreign Countries; Illiteracy; Literacy; Progressive Education; Social Change
|ERIC ED321431: Anti-Intellectualism in Programs for Able Students (Beware of Gifts): An Application. - ERIC|
This article reviews the history of impediments to excellence in the education of the intellectually gifted in the United States. It discusses literacy rate trends, but before and after the 19th century, and describes the Progressive education movement, with its legacy of child-centered pedagogy, ability grouping, vocational training, and emphasis on problem-solving and higher-level thinking skills...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Academically Gifted; Anti Intellectualism; Attitudes; Educational Practices; Educational Trends; Elementary Secondary Education; Emotional Problems; Gifted; Grouping (Instructional Purposes); Literacy; Progressive Education
|ERIC ED385483: "Individual Work": Montessori and English Education Policy 1909-1939. - ERIC|
This paper provides a brief history of the work of Maria Montessori and traces the development of the Montessori method in English education. The first woman medical student in Italy, she developed an interest in the needs of mentally handicapped children. Contrary to the accepted view, she came to the conclusion that mentally 'deficient' children required mainly an educational, or 'pedagogical,' rather than a medical treatment...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Discovery Learning; Early Childhood Education; Educational Policy; Educational Principles; Educational Trends; Foreign Countries; Individualized Instruction; Montessori Method; Progressive Education; Student Centered Curriculum
|TTT#340 A Year at Mission Hill with David Loitz, Amy Valens, Sam Chaltain, Jenerrad Williams, Bob Goodman, and more... 3.13.13 - Paul Allison|
On this episode of TTT we discuss the video series, "A Year at Mission Hill" http://ayearatmissionhill.com.Ten videos. One year. A public school trying to help children learn and grow. The national conversation we need to be having.Monika Hardy and Chris Sloan host David Loitz who welcomes director, Amy Valens along with the series narrator and education activist, Sam Chaltain . Mission Hill teacher, Jenerrad Williams and Mission Hill parent, Bob Goodman join the conversation as well...
Keywords: A Year at Mission Hill; Amy Valens; Awo Okaikor Aryee-Price; Bob Goodman; Chris Soan; David Loitz; elementary; emotions; IDEA; Inclusion; Jabreel Chisley; Jenerrad Williams; Learning; Mission Hill; Monika Hardy; play; progressive education; Sam Chaltain; school
|ERIC ED356764: Effects of Generative Video on Students' Scientific Problem Posing. Draft. - ERIC|
A central premise of the discovery-learning and progressive education movements was that the child's own questions are the most appropriate starting point for instruction. Recent advances present new opportunities for discovery-oriented learning. This project has been attempting to create a classroom environment which affords students the opportunity to pose meaningful problems within the domain of a specific scientific challenge...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Creative Thinking; Critical Thinking; Discovery Learning; Educational Environment; Educational Television; Elementary School Science; Elementary School Students; Grade 6; Instructional Effectiveness; Intermediate Grades; Learner Controlled Instruction; Learning Strategies; Problem Solving; Progressive Education; Questioning Techniques; Space Exploration; Videotape Recordings
|ERIC ED344819: Significant U.S. 20th Century Education Books: Biblio-Historical Essay. - ERIC|
Presented in historical context, the books listed in this annotated bibliography offer insights into professional education concerns and can help teachers know about the great ideas and themes of their field, and what the best and most provocative books are today. The bibliography begins with books that list and annotate topically selected best education books, such as "American Education: A Guide to Information Sources" by Richard C...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Annotated Bibliographies; Educational Change; Educational Development; Educational History; Educational Objectives; Educational Theories; Educational Trends; Elementary Secondary Education; Foundations of Education; Higher Education; Open Education; Periodicals; Progressive Education
|ERIC ED383498: How Teachers Taught: Constancy and Change in American Classrooms, 1890-1980. 1st Edition. Research on Teaching Monograph Series. - ERIC|
This book investigates teaching practices before, during, and after reform impulses in the 20th century aimed at changing what teachers routinely do. Patterns of stability and change over a 90-year period are developed from evidence from a wide variety of sources, including classroom photographs, textbooks and tests used, student recollections, teacher reports of how they taught, and classroom observations by parents and administrators...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Case Studies; Classroom Techniques; Educational Change; Educational History; Educational Practices; Elementary Secondary Education; Open Education; Progressive Education; Resistance to Change; Rural Education; School Culture; Teacher Behavior; Teaching Methods; Urban Education
|ERIC ED338389: Active Learning: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. - ERIC|
The purposes of the first two parts of this literature review are to clarify the concept of active learning and discuss the use and value of active learning models. In Part I, the perspectives of five historical proponents of active learning, Rousseau, Pestalozzi, Dewey, Kilpatrick, and Piaget, are discussed. The views of four contemporary proponents, Bruner, Wigginton, Freire, and Sharan, are also considered...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Cognitive Development; Cooperative Learning; Discovery Learning; Early Childhood Education; Educational Philosophy; Educational Practices; Educational Theories; Elementary Education; Experiential Learning; Nontraditional Education; Problem Solving; Progressive Education; School Role; Teacher Role
|ERIC ED383067: Planning for Schools of Choice: Achieving Excellence and Equity. Book IV--Model Choice Schools: Nontraditional Organization and Curriculum. - ERIC|
This publication describes schools of choice that are nontraditional in structure, including continuous-progress, open, and Montessori-type schools. It describes the philosophy, curriculum, teaching methods, school organizations, and grading methods of several different kinds of nontraditional schools: two continuous-progress schools, a Montessori school, a developmental school, and a microsociety school...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Access to Education; Continuous Progress Plan; Educational Innovation; Educational Philosophy; Elementary Education; Equal Education; Intermediate Grades; Magnet Schools; Montessori Method; Nontraditional Education; Open Education; Progressive Education; School Choice; School Desegregation; Voluntary Desegregation
|ERIC ED374182: Direct Assessment of a Progressive Public Elementary School: Graduates of Central Park East. - ERIC|
This report provides an assessment of the Central Park East (CPE) elementary school (in New York City) effort, an effort by teachers who believed that the "progressive education" that worked for the children of the wealthy and privileged in many private and suburban schools could work equally well for poor and working-class children. Study data suggest that graduates of the Central Park East elementary school achieved substantially higher high school completion and college entrance rates than di...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Academic Achievement; Economically Disadvantaged; Educational Improvement; Educationally Disadvantaged; Elementary Education; Elementary School Students; Outcomes of Education; Parent Participation; Program Evaluation; Progressive Education; Public Education; Success; Teacher Student Relationship; Urban Education
|WHY Do These KIDS LOVE SCHOOL? - Dorothy Fadiman with KTEH-TV (PBS)|
This award-winning film features nine unique schools, both public and private, California to East Harlem. In these unique schools relationship, creative thinking, and direct experience are valued above memorization of facts. As we struggle with issues of how to provide a quality education for all children, we might look to these successful schools where teachers, students, parents and administrators are involved in creating supportive educational environments...
Keywords: Dorothy Fadiman; Tom Peters; PBS; KTEH; school; education; private school; public school; Peninsula School; teaching; learning; no child left behind; educational methods; learning theory; success; student-centered learning; direct experience; public education; alternative schools; progressive education
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|Insight: News Network / Progressive Education: Montessori / Sacramento Fashion Week / International String Trio - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
News Network - Capital Public Radio's Regional Reporter Bob Moffitt and Sacramento Press Editor Jared Goyette join us to preview some of the issues Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson is expected to address in his annual State of the City speech Thursday evening. Plus, we'll discuss details in the mayor's fourth quarter plan to keep the Sacramento Kings in town. Sacramento Kings on Capital Public Radio Progressive Education: Montessori - We continue our two-part series on progressive education by loo...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capital Public Radio's Regional Reporter Bob Moffitt; Sacramento Press Editor Jared Goyette; Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson; Sacramento Kings; Progressive Education-Montessori; chair of the Association Montessori International Global Research Committee, Dr. Steven Hughes; executive director of Bergamo Montessori Schools in the Sacramento area, Matt Hillis; Sacramento Fashion Week; America's Next Top Model; Naima Mora; International String Trio, the; NPR's Says You; Mary Stuart Rogers Theater at the Gallo Center for the Arts in Modesto